Status of Summer Camp 2023

Camp Greyhound is currently in the process of a national search for a summer camp director in hopes of offering camp this summer. We will have an update in mid-February on the status of that search and the status of summer camp.

Loyola University Maryland

Camp Greyhound

What to Bring to Camp

  • Child climbing the rock wall at Loyola's Fitness and Aquatic CenterRefillable Water Bottle: Campers can refill throughout the day. Please have the camper’s last name on the bottle.
  • Athletic Shoes: The only type of footwear acceptable at camp is closed-heel and closed-toe shoes with socks. Please do not send campers in sandals or any other open toe shoes. Camp Greyhound is a highly active camp, so it is important to have the appropriate footwear.
  • Appropriate Clothing: Campers should wear comfortable clothing that is appropriate for the weather and high activity.
  • Swimwear & Towel: If your camper is participating in swimming, please bring a swimsuit and towel.
  • Full Lunch: Camp does not provide any food to campers, therefore please bring a full lunch. We highly suggest putting lunch in an insulated container as lunches will be stored indoors but not refrigerated.
  • TWO snacks: Please place two healthy, non-perishable snacks in your campers’ bags.
  • Sunscreen & Bug Spray: Campers should come to camp with sunscreen already applied, however please send your camper with a bottle of sunscreen with their name on it as we will re-apply throughout the day. Bug Spray is not mandatory but highly suggested.

What NOT to Bring

Please do not send your camper with any money, personal toys, or electronics.

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